JOTW 48-2009


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JOTW 48-2009

30 November 2009

www.nedsjotw.com

“Feeling gratitude and not expressing it is like wrapping a present and not giving it.”

– William Arthur

You’ve found it! This is the award-winning free Job of the Week e-mail networking newsletter for professional communicators, dedicated to the positive unanticipated consequences of networking. JOTW is a cooperative service that relies on the contributions of its members, like you. We share job opportunities, news and information about the job market, as well as swapping stories about life's peculiarities.

(JOTW is a cooperative service. We help each other. People find out about job opportunities and send them to me to share with the list. There's a karma factor involved, too. So, send us listings from your part of the world, and you shall be rewarded in this life and the next. We count upon your spirited participation.)

First of all, it doesn't cost you a cent. How does it work? If you find out about a job opportunity in communications, send it to me (lundquist989@cs.com), and I'll share it with the JOTW network. It's that simple. And we share dozens of opportunities each week. Did I mention it was free? Your friends can sign up by sending a blank e-mail

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In this issue:

(To view these jobs, scroll down to the listings in the content of this newsletter)

*** One Paragraph Pitch

1.) Communications Internship Posting, CTIA -The Wireless Association, Washington, DC

2.) Public Relations Intern, The Borenstein Group, Fairfax, VA

3.) Supervisory Public Affairs Specialist, Bureau of Reclamation, Department of The Interior, Billings, MT

4.) Director, Marketing & Communications, Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

5.) Spring Internship–Marketing and Communications Inter, United Way of Larimer County, Fort Collins, CO

6.) Administrateur National Communication pour le Developpement, United Nations Children's Fund, Bujumbura, Burundi

7.) Advocacy and Communications Officer, Health NGOs, Network, Nairobi, Kenya

8.) International Development and Agricultural Trade Policy Representative, Gordley Associates, Washington, D.C

9.) Program Manager/Spokesperson, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Washington, DC

10.) Sales & Marketing Manager, Hard Rock International, Las Vegas, Nevada

11.) Communications and Recognition Specialist, Pizza Hut, Inc., Dallas, Texas

12.) Communications Officer, Australian Agency for International Development, South Africa

13.) Spring and Summer Interns, Congressman Dan Burton (R-IN), Capitol Hill, Washington, DC

14.) Independent Publicist (Contract), National Urban League, Centennial Campaign, New York, NY

15.) Website Content Marketing Manager (In-House Temporary Position for 12 months), The National Urban League, New York, NY

16.) Marketing Campaign Manager (contract), National Urban League, Centennial Campaign, New York, NY

17.) Social Media Coordinator, CROCS, NIWOT, COLORADO

18.) Spring Internship – Production Operations, ESPN, Bristol, CT

19.) Communications Internship: Spring 2010, The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), NY, NY

20.) SQL Database Developer, Oberon Media, New York, NY

21.) PUBLIC AFFAIRS ASSISTANT, Naval Education & Training Command, Great Lakes, IL

22.) Policy and Advocacy Intern – 2010 Spring Semester, American Lung Association, Washington, DC

23.) Spring Intern, Rabinowitz/Dorf Communications, Washington, DC

24.) Technical Editor – OED, Institute for Defense Analyses, Alexandria, VA

25.) Public Affairs Specialist, Internal Revenue Service, Washington, DC

26.) Public Affairs Specialist, Customs and Border Protection, Department Of Homeland Security, Buffalo, NY

27.) Manager, GSC Audit Communications, KPMG LLP, Woodcliff Lake, NJ

28.) Assistant Manager Advertising & Promotion, Viking/Penguin, New York, New York

29.) Associate News Editor, Professional Media Group, Norwalk, CT

30.) Professional Financial Writer, Fogarty Knapp & Associates, Inc., Stamford, Connecticut

31.) Business editor, The BVI Beacon, Tortola, British Virgin Islands

32.) Director Shopper Insight, ConAgra Foods, Bentonville, AR

33.) Director Communications & Marketing, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, East Baltimore, MD

34.) Director, Corporate Relations – Europe, CI-Europe, Conservation International (CI), London, Amsterdam or other European business hub

35.) Senior Director, Corporate Communications and Marketing, Center for Environmental Leadership in Business, Conservation International (CI), Arlington, Virginia

36.) Managing Director, Singapore, Global Outreach, Conservation International (CI), Singapore

37.) Social Media Editor, The Des Moines Register, Des Moines, Iowa

38.) Media Specialist, USMC College of Continuing Education (CCE) project, Craig Technologies, Jacksonville, FL

39.) Promotional Events Manager, Breyer Animal Creations, Pequannock, NJ

40.) Former military Public Affairs Officer, Live Wire Media Relations, Alexandria, VA

41.) Sr. Acquisitions Editor, Morgan Kaufmann, Elsevier, Burlington, Massachusetts

42.) Responsable Publication – Magazine Salamati / Afghanistan, Aide Médicale Internationale, Kabul, Afghanistan

43.) Executive Editor, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA), Elsevier, Burlington, Massachusetts

44.) Clinical Editor, Gold Standard (GS) drug databases, Elsevier, Tampa, FL

45.) Acquisition Editor – Technical Books, Galileo Press, Dedham, MA

46.) Marketing Communications Director, BRYANT & STRATTON COLLEGE, Parma, OH

47.) Malaria Technical Advisor, Behavior Change Communication, Global Health Fellows Program, Washington, DC

48.) Director of Marketing and Communications, BBYO, Washington, District of Columbia

49.) Director of Marketing and Communications, Summer Search, San Francisco, CA 50.) Director, NIBR Communications, Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research, Inc., Cambridge, MA

51.) Director of Marketing and Communications, The Markens Group, Springfield, Massachusetts

52.) Director of Communications, UAE Temporary Assignment, Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation, United Technologies Corporation, United Arab Emirates

53.) Strategic Communications Consultant, MassMutual Financial Group, Springfield, Massachusetts

54.) Marketing/Communications Manager, Port of Bremerton, Bremerton, WA

55.) Public Relations Officer, St John of God Health Care, South Melbourne, Vic., Australia

56.) Communications Manager, MD Physician Services Inc., Ottawa, Canada

57.) Communications Manager, SureScore, Austin, TX

58.) Director, Interactive Marketing, University Hospitals Case Medical Center, Cleveland, OH

59.) Director, Media Relations, National Urban League, NY, NY

60.) Multimedia Coordinator (Part Time) – Foothill Ranch, Bal Seal Engineering, Inc., Foothill Ranch, CA

61.) Manager, PR/Corporate Communications, Finish Line, Inc., Indianapolis, IN

62.) Strategic Communications Specialist – Public Policy Program, Management Systems International, Colombia

63.) Account Supervisor, Environics Communications, Washington, D.C.

64.) Advocacy and Communication Manager, Education Above All, Doha, Qatar

65.) Reporter/Sports, Wynne Progress, Wynne, Arkansas

66.) Vice Chancellor for Communications, State University of New York System Administration, Albany, New York

67.) Publicist, Cartoon Network – Public Relations, Turner Broadcasting Time Warner, Atlanta, Georgia

68.) Manager, Marketing- International, Warner Bros. Entertainment Group, Burbank, Calif.

69.) Reporter, The Sentinel & Enterprise, Fitchburg, Massachusetts

70.) Assistant Vice President, Widmeyer, New York, NY

71.) Communications Intern, Mercy Corps, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

72.) Cycling Communications Coordinator, City of Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia

72.) Communications Coordinator, Alberta Conservation Association, Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada

73.) Public Relations Intern (unpaid), Simon PR, Philadelphia, PA

74.) Marketing & Public Relations Coordinator, Hunterdon Healthcare System, Flemington, NJ

75.) Communications Coordinator, SCA Tissue North America, Philadelphia, PA

76.) Specialist, Public Relations, PMI, Newtown Square, PA

77.) Writer, Global Associate/Internal Communications, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., Bentonville, Arkansas

78.) Communications Adviser, United Nations Development Programme, Dili, Timor-Leste

79.) Networking, Coordination and Communication Expert, Hilfswerk Austria, Ankara, Turkey

80.) Stagiaire Communication, Aide Médicale Internationale, Pantin, France

81.) Communications Manager, Corpus Christi Convention and Visitors Bureau, Corpus Christi, TX

82.) Director of Marketing Communications, Avery Dennison, Brea, California

83.) Manager, Public Affairs, Canadian Chemical Producers' Association, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

84.) Graphics Design Specialist – Training & Communications Team, Brinker International, Dallas, TX

85.) Publications Specialist, Bay Medical, Panama City, FL

86.) Media Services Specialist, MITRE – Information Technology, McLean, VA

87.) Graphics and Media Specialist, Serco, Crystal City, VA

88.) Public Relations Specialist, GDOT, Serco, Atlanta, GA

89.) Public Affairs, Tessera Solar North America, Scottsdale, AZ

90.) Director of Communications & Public Affairs, American Institutes for Research, Washington, DC

91.) Community Organisation Coordinator, Tree Kangaroo Conservation Program, Woodland Park Zoo, Cairns (Australia) & Lae (Papua New Guinea)

92.) Scholars/practitioners/book enthusiasts, Virasadhana Tantric Preservation Project, India

93.) Roving Ranger, Baxter Park Campground, Baxter State Park, The State of Maine, Millinocket, ME

94.) Bartender, United States Army Garrison (USAG) Brussels, Directorate Family Morale Welfare Recreation (DFMWR), Three Star Lounge, BRUSSELS, Belgium

95.) Bra Fitter, Zoe & Company, Westerly, RI

*** Weekly Piracy Report

…and more! Scroll down and see them all!

*** One Paragraph Pitch:

Hi Ned,

I would like to submit the enclosed copy as my one-paragraph pitch.

Thanks,

Leslie Strazzullo

My name is Leslie Strazzullo and I am a marketing and communications professional looking to transition from Telecommunications to Renewable Energy. Currently I am living and working in Milan for PGT Photonics, a former Pirelli Group company specializing in highly-engineered optical components, modules and transport systems for telecommunications infrastructures. Functionally, I am interested in EMEA marketing communications opportunities as a full-time employee or contract worker. As an MBA-educated professional, I am well versed at providing mass-market messaging for the most complex of technical issues. My background includes significant experience in several marketing disciplines (traditional and new marketing, product management, corporate communications, and event management) as well as five-plus years of work experience abroad in b2b companies. I am accustomed to both fast-paced and start-up environments and can wear multiple hats at any given time. What's more, I speak Italian and I have the necessary legal documents to work in Italy. For more information or a copy of my CV, please contact me at ciao_lulu@hotmail.com.

*** When visiting a new place, do you sign up for the guided tour, or strike out on your own?

Send your advice to Ned at lundquist989@cs.com for the next issue of Your Very Next Step. Subscribe for free by sending a blank email to yourverynextstep-subscribe@topica.com. Invite your traveling companions and fellow adventurers to respond to this query and subscribe. Read the newsletter at www.yourverynextstep.com.

*** It's been a while since we asked our JOTW subscribers to contribute their limericks or haiku. This year I will invoke a common Thanksgiving theme in our home, Hot Pockets, which I have suggested in lieu of the big turkey dinner. Send your “Hot Pocket” limerick or haiku to lundquist989@cs.com, and watch for the best of the submissions in the upcoming issues of JOTW.

Here’s Ned’s:

There once was a man from Nantucket

Who could eat so fast you could clock it

He would stick in his thing

Til the Microwave went “ding”

And sat down to eat his Hot Pocket

*** From Susan Burnell:

OK, I'll tackle your limerick challenge…

This year there's a new thanks tradition

It's meant to keep mom from the kitchen

We'll throw her a curve–

Hot Pockets we'll serve

And let thanks, not bird flanks, be our mission.

Have a holiday heaped with blessings,

Susan

Susan H. Burnell, APR

Imagination Ink – Business Writing & Public Relations

*** Another:

T’was her first Thanksgiving turkey

Overcooked, it tasted like jerky

7-11 was scrounged

Hot Pockets were found

Thence came our tradition, yet quirky

Happy Thanksgiving!

Mike Pierson

Colorado Springs

*** From Mark R. Phillips:

Ned,

Thanks for all you do; we love our JOTW!

Here's my Hot Pocket haiku:

Melted cheese and ham

Ensconced in flaky crust

Too soon; burned my tongue!

Happy Thanksgiving!

– Mark

Mark R. Phillips

*** From Dave Johnston:

Hot Pockets, Lions

And the Packers with cold beer –

Holiday for guys.

A pity that UGA great Matthew Stafford will miss the game.

Dave Johnston, ABC, Cumming, Georgia

*** From Kim Burke:

Thanks, Ned. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours. One of the things I'm thankful for is your JOTW newsletter!

*** From Hannah Buchdahl:

Thanksgiving Job-Seeker's Haiku

Meat and cheese are fine

but I'd rather find a job

in my Hot Pockets

*** From Cindy Starks:

Hi Ned —

Of the many things I am thankful for this Thanksgiving, your JOTW service is one. Thank you so much for all the work you put into getting this to us each week and I'm sure the many you've helped to find jobs through JOTW are exceedingly grateful to you.

God bless you and your family today and always.

PS — I'm not touching the “hot pockets” limerick/haiku contest, but I'll be interested in the results.

Cheers!!

Cindy Starks

*** Haiku

Thanksgiving Dinner,

I'll have turkey and stuffing

(Hot pockets for Ned)

Jessica Bernstein

*** From Jeff Richardson:

Ned,

I don't have a Limerick

Or a fancy Haiku

Just a Hot Pocket of Thanks

To the JOTW family and You.

Jeff

*** From Jessie Hackes:

Ned–

Not a Haiku. Rather a note to express thanks for your important and substantial contributions to a very large community of appreciative colleagues.

Jessie Hackes

*** Who are you?

And I am thankful for YOU!

For all you do and for this great idea.

Who are you, by the way? Beyond the name in my mailbox?

Vicki

(Who am I? You're not going to ask me what my sign is, are you?)

*** For Hui’s a Jolly Good Fellow:

Thanks, same to you, Ned. You're a courageous man putting such a request out to 10k subscriber! Nothing original today, but some words in any case: “The Master said, 'How admirable Hui is! Living in a mean dwelling on a bowlful of rice and a ladleful of water is a hardship most men would find intolerable, but Hui does not allow this to affect his joy. How admirable Hui is!'” — Confucius, circa 2,500 BP

David Coia

*** Empathy:

Dear Edward,

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family! You are right–we have so much to be thankful for. Thanks so much for your efforts, empathy and hard work all year long on JOTW. You have made a difference for so many people in the field.

Regards,

Terry

Terry Kuflik

*** From Marge Kumaki:

Oooey, gooey cheese

Dripping on my mouth and hand

Must be Hot Pockets.

It's almost midnight

I need a big snack, quickly

Reach for Hot Pockets!

Bad for you snack food

But satisfying as hell

No doubt, Hot Pockets!

Most kids like this crap

What is wrong with their taste buds?

I prefer sushi.

Hot Pockets, Ding Dongs,

Twinkies, Pop Tarts and Ho-Hos;

Junk food junkie's dream.

Hot Pockets, fast food;

Eat what I want, when I want.

Now diabetes?

*** From Mona Gerber Milbrodt:

Hi Ned,

Hope you had a happy Thanksgiving. The poems below were written — by me — while suffering from a bad turkey hangover!

Mona Gerber Milbrodt:

Hot Pockets on eBay Black Friday

Burning a hole in

My hard-earned, freelance nest egg

Damn you, Buy Now…click!

Hot Pocket Haste Makes Waste

The box warns to wait two full minutes

Before you bite into what's in it.

So pity the tongue, er, the one fraught with hunger

Now seeped deep in molten imprisonment.

*** Ned’s entry:

There once was a man from Nantucket

Who could eat so fast you could clock it

He would stick in his thing

Til the Microwave went “ding”

And sat down to eat his Hot Pocket

Eating Hot Pockets

I wonder why I discard

the crisping sleeve

*** Mike Sorohan’s entry:

There once was a man from Nantocket,

Who stuck his pants in a light socket.

He said with a shout,

As the flames darted out:

“Now that's what I call a Hot Pocket!”

Lovely Hot Pocket,

Destroys the roof of my mouth.

It burns; oh, it burns!

In Paris, I asked the vendre:

“Avez vous Hot Pocket sil vous plait?”

He replied with a sneer,

“We do not serve that here.”

So instead I got bouillabaisse.

*** What do The Five Stairsteps, The 69 Eyes, 30 Seconds to Mars, Finger 11, 13th Floor Elevators, The 1990s, Four Piece Suit, Miracle 3, Electric Six, Sum 41, The Forty-Fives, Powerman 5000, Third Eye Blind, Apartment 26, Eighteen Visions, Three Doors Down, Maroon 5, 4 Non-Blondes, Radio 4, Matchbox 20, Nine Inch nails, The B 52s, Level 42, .38 Special, Blink 182, Ten Years After, and U2 have in common? These bands have all been featured as the JOTW Guest Musical Artists of the Week. Another feature of JOTW you can count on.

*** Recruit a new IABC member and save money: October through December

Know someone who could benefit from IABC membership? Current IABC members who recruit new professional members will get three free months of membership for each new member you bring in–that is up to a full year of IABC membership at no charge (complete rules below). The promotion will begin on 1 October 2009 and run through the end of the year. When you sign up, tell the nice people at IABC HQ that you a responding to this offer because you heard about it in JOTW.

http://www.iabc.com/about/membership/mgam

*** Table of Condiments That Periodically Go Bad

http://backtable.org/~blade/fnord/condiments.html

*** The International Association of Business Communicators (IABC) is now accepting submissions for the 2010 Gold Quill Awards.

Distinguish yourself, your work and the work of your team by becoming part of the international best practices the IABC Gold Quill Awards has represented for more than 35 years. Enter this global competition to receive the highest level of professional acknowledgment within business communication and become a legend (in certain circles).

Every communication project or campaign is a potential Gold Quill Award winner–no matter how small or seemingly ordinary. Even everyday communications can have the spark of excellence. If you apply that excellence to a defined business need, identify specific goals and objectives, and back your efforts up with measurement, you could have a winner.

Seize this opportunity to display your skills to senior communicators, enhance your portfolio, accentuate your résumé and get an edge up on the competition.

View the Call for Entries at www.iabc.com/awards/gq.

Early-bird deadline: 27 January 2010

Final deadline: 3 February 2010

Step up, offer your best and get ready to join the ranks of the legendary in communication.

*** Q. What's pink and fluffy?

A. Pink fluff

*** Q. What's blue and fluffy?

A. Pink fluff holding its breath

*** Is it true?

Is it true there are stupid jokes at the very bottom of “Your Very Next Step?” You’ll just have to look for the fine print at www.yourverynextstep.com to find out.

*** From Amy Storey:

1.) Communications Internship Posting, CTIA -The Wireless Association, Washington, DC

CTIA -The Wireless Association (www.ctia.org) is an international industry trade group that represents more than 270 companies in the wireless communication ecosystem including the network providers, device manufacturers, and application and content developers. Headquartered in Dupont Circle in Washington, DC, CTIA is offering one college student (undergrad or graduate) or recent graduate a part-time internship, assisting with tasks including coordinating and staffing events, writing press releases, developing pitches to reporters, developing online content, and tracking industry-focused news and events. The part-time internship pays $12/hour for undergraduates and $15 for candidates with a bachelors degree or higher. Applicants must be available for at least 3-4 days and 20-30 hours per week. Applicants must be available beginning in January 2010 – April/May 2010. Please send a cover letter, including your availability (start dates and weekly schedule), resume, three different writing samples (no more than 3 pages each and should demonstrate concise writing ability), two letters of recommendation, and college transcript to: CTIAMedRel@ctia.org by Tuesday, December 8, 2009 at 5 PM EST. Late or incomplete applications will not be considered. No phone calls please.

2.) Public Relations Intern, The Borenstein Group, Fairfax, VA

The Borenstein Group is looking for industry-savvy, energetic and motivated interns to join its team for the fall semester. This high responsibility, rewarding internship will provide students with an opportunity to apply their knowledge to achieve results for business-to-business and business-to-government clients.

The Borenstein Group's internship program offers the opportunity for interactive learning. The program will expose the intern to the types of experiences that will make them a top contender in one of the most competitive job markets that college graduates have ever faced. The following for credit internships are available for the upcoming fall semester:

Candidates interested in this for credit internship should be junior or senior undergraduate students or graduate school students pursuing a degree in communications, public relations, journalism, international affairs, marketing, or something similar. The department is looking for a well-rounded and intelligent public relations professional with a specific knowledge in digital (web 2.0) strategy and tactics, as well as traditional public relations.

The ideal candidate will be able to:

•Demonstrate ability to think strategically and tactically

•Contribute to the strategy and implementation of web 2.0 solutions

•Conduct competitive research and provide analysis (i.e. SWOT analysis, market and media recall surveys, etc.)

•Brainstorm and implement digital PR strategies for the agency and clients

•Contribute to weekly PR department meetings

•Write and deliver compelling pitches to the media and bloggers

•Conduct communication/media audits as necessary

•Write and edit press releases, memos, byline articles, executive bios, etc.

•Be comfortable with public speaking/presenting ideas to peers and clients

•Be able to work independently and manage assigned projects

Individuals interested in this fall internship should submit their resume, cover letter and portfolio to humanresources@borensteingroup.com . No phone calls please. With your email submission, please include a resume in either Word or PDF format not to exceed 5MB. Online portfolios are preferred. Please include the URL for the portfolio in your resume as well as in the body of your email. If you do not have an online portfolio, please submit examples of your best work in PDF format not to exceed 5MB in total file size.

The Borenstein Group, Inc.

11320 Random Hills Road, Suite 540

Fairfax, VA 22030

Fax: 703.385.6454

http://www.borensteingroup.com/Contact-Us/Careers.asp

3.) Supervisory Public Affairs Specialist, Bureau of Reclamation, Department of The Interior, Billings, MT

http://jobview.usajobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?JobID=84789006

4.) Director, Marketing & Communications, Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada

Preference given to those applicants who have earned the Accredited Business Communicator designation.

Position Description:

Reporting to the President and CEO, the Director Marketing & Communications is a member of the Foundation's senior management team. Working closely with the Fundraising Councils and centralized departments responsible for annual giving, planned giving, donor relations, corporate/community initiatives and special events, this position is responsible for the development and implementation of the Foundation's marketing and communication strategies and plans. The Director will work in close collaboration with the Hospital's Public Relations Department to ensure that the Foundation's and Hospital's communications goals are aligned.

About Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation:

The Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation is a registered charitable organization that exists to support patient care, research and education across the Hamilton Health Sciences family of hospitals and cancer centre (Chedoke, Hamilton General, Henderson General, Juravinski Cancer Centre, McMaster Children's Hospital, McMaster University Medical Centre and St. Peter's Hospital).

Last year, approximately 42,000 donors made charitable gifts to the Hamilton Health Sciences Foundation, amounting to more than $13 million to benefit health care programs, services, research and education across our family of hospitals.

Job Requirements

Specific duties include:

Develop/refine, implement and evaluate the comprehensive Strategic Marketing and Communications Framework and Plan to promote the work of the Foundation in raising funds for Hamilton Health Sciences (HHS);

Oversee the brand architecture for the Foundation with a goal of building awareness at local, national, and international levels, where appropriate, about the need and importance of philanthropic support for the Foundation and Fundraising Councils;

Utilize market research and donor data to make marketing and communication decisions;

Liaise with key staff in all fundraising business units to asses their marketing and communication needs inclusive of the cause-related marketing program;

Write, edit and manage the production and dissemination of corporate publicity and information materials such as the annual report, campaign ads and video production;

Assume responsibility for website development and management;

Work with the Hospital's Public Relations team to identify grateful patient and program stories that will garner philanthropic and awareness support;

Manage the development of all collateral materials for the Foundation and Fundraising Councils, ensuring consistency with the Hospital and Foundation's brand identity guidelines;

Develop a comprehensive strategy for the effective use of new media in collaboration with the Councils, Corporate and Community Initiatives, Planned Giving and Annual Giving departments;

Develop a crisis communication plan for the Foundation and provide advice to leadership on management of public issues;

In consultation with the Director of Integrated Donor Relations, works with the Donor Relations Officer to develop the vision for the donor relations program for all donors;

Monitor and report relevant marketing and communications performance targets as documented in the Strategic Framework document;

Manage a team of communications and marketing and donor relations professionals including four direct reports;

Serve as a member of the senior management team of the Foundation and contribute to its overall strategic direction;

Provide donor relations events execution as required.

Qualifications:

The successful applicant must possess the following:

A University degree or equivalent in a related subject area, plus a minimum of five years' progressive communications and marketing experience at a management level.

A proven track record of implementing innovative marketing and communications plans;

Be service oriented with strong interpersonal skills;

Demonstrated knowledge of supportive management;

The ability to work within a senior management team and matrix management structure;

The ability to work proactively, managing competing priorities;

Strong team leadership with the ability to motivate a diverse wide variety of internal and external stakeholders;

Familiar with content management systems, graphic design and print processes, and online social media;

Superior written and oral communication skills.

(This is a professional, fast-paced, results oriented challenging position. Some evening and weekend work required as well as attendance and particpation at special events.)

Preference given to those applicants who have earned the Accredited Business Communicator designation.

APPLY FOR THIS JOB

Contact Person: Mandy Dew

Email Address: dew@hhsc.ca

Phone: 905-521-2100 Ext. 44385

Fax: 905-577-8025

Apply URL: http://www.hamiltonhealth.ca

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=65&jb=6257100

5.) Spring Internship–Marketing and Communications Inter, United Way of Larimer County, Fort Collins, CO

http://welcome2.libarts.colostate.edu/interns/spring-internship-marketing-and-communications-intern-united-way-of-larimer-county/

6.) Administrateur National Communication pour le Developpement, United Nations Children's Fund, Bujumbura, Burundi

Closing Date – 30 Nov 2009

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7XXH3D

7.) Advocacy and Communications Officer, Health NGOs, Network, Nairobi, Kenya

Closing Date – 30 Nov 2009

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7XYATA

*** From Tonya Kemp:

8.) International Development and Agricultural Trade Policy Representative, Gordley Associates, Washington, D.C

Gordley Associates, a government relations firm in Washington, D.C., is seeking candidates with interest and experience in international development (health, agriculture, economic growth, and export expansion) and agricultural trade policy. This position plays a key role in promoting U.S. soybean and soybean product exports through federal programs, including initiatives to foster agricultural development in developing countries and international food assistance programs. It also supports development and representation of trade policy positions before Congress and Executive Branch agencies. Clients include the American Soybean Association (ASA), ASA’s World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (WISHH), and the U.S. Soybean Export Council.

Responsibilities:

• Represent ASA/WISHH priorities and activities in contacts with Executive Branch agencies (USDA, USAID, State Department), soy industry stakeholders, and Private Voluntary Organizations (PVOs). Determine how ASA/WISHH objectives can be integrated into federal and private international food assistance and development programs.

• Work with WISHH Project Development Manager on resource identification, proposal development, and stakeholder/partner relationship enhancement.

• Help organize meetings and conferences, including participant recruitment.

• Assist clients in developing and representing agricultural trade policy positions in contacts with Executive Branch agencies, Congress, and the private sector.

• Monitor, analyze, and report on international agricultural trade issues.

• Develop positions and draft client comments on regulations and proposals affecting exports of U.S. agricultural commodities.

• Work with clients and other agricultural organizations to develop and represent industry objectives for U.S. bilateral and regional trade policy.

• Provide clients with policy, planning, administrative, and analytical support.

• Keep clients updated on international trade and development issues through emails, newsletter articles, and presentations at meetings.

Qualifications:

The position requires a Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of three years of government relations experience related to international development and/or agricultural trade policy, with work in Congressional offices, Executive Branch agencies, Private Voluntary Organizations, and/or Washington-based trade associations preferred. Overseas experience in developing countries is a plus. The successful candidate will have excellent verbal and written communications skills, strong analytical abilities, and be able to prioritize and manage multiple tasks simultaneously. Other important qualifications include being a team player, having a strong work ethic, and working well under pressure. Interested candidates should contact Tonya Kemp at tkemp@gordley.com.

*** From Kim Riddle:

9.) Program Manager/Spokesperson/GS340-15-BC — National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Washington, DC

Job Announcement Number:

NHTSA.NPO-2010-0002

Applications must be received by Dec. 4

$120,000 – $153,000

* Serves as the primary spokesperson for NHTSA, representing the Administrator and Deputy Administrator in day-to-day contact with the media.

* Provides general guidance and coordination in the development of plans for and the administration of major national media relations programs which are designed to achieve significant support for, or determine public reaction to various NHTSA motor vehicle, traffic safety or research program activities.

* Establishes and maintains effective relationship with representatives of all news media at the national level.

* Develops and coordinates messages for national distribution that provide a clear and accurate understanding of NHTSA policies and actions. Provides guidance to staff, programs offices industry representatives, Congressional and government officials that include NHTSA documents and messages.

* For more information, see www.usajob.gov announcement

http://jobview.usajobs.gov/getjob.aspx?JobID=84383615

10.) Sales & Marketing Manager, Hard Rock International, Las Vegas, Nevada

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=1691&jb=6231857

11.) Communications and Recognition Specialist, Pizza Hut, Inc., Dallas, Texas

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=1691&jb=6231887

12.) Communications Officer, Australian Agency for International Development, South Africa

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7Y4EH4

13.) Spring and Summer Interns, Congressman Dan Burton (R-IN), Capitol Hill, Washington, DC

http://www.opajobs.com/jobs_details.php?FROM=main&AID=1227&sec=capitol hill

*** From Amber Jaynes:

Hi!

Please include the attached opportunities in the next newsletter. I tried to put it in a format that's easy for you to cut/paste (word document attached).

Happy Thanksgiving!

Thanks!

Amber

14.) Independent Publicist (Contract), National Urban League, Centennial Campaign, New York, NY

The National Urban League is seeking an independent publicist to promote awareness of the National Urban League’s Centennial to key constituents and through a wide variety of media channels. Under direction of the Vice President of Marketing & Communications, the independent publicist shapes and executes the organization’s external and internal communications (among 100+ affiliates) surrounding the National Urban League’s Centennial Celebration in 2010. S/he undertakes all traditional public relations activities including media relations, publications publicity and special event support.

As the National Urban League prepares for its Centennial celebration in 2010, this historical organization remains committed to the fundamental principles upon which it was founded. Since its inception in 1910, the National Urban League and its 100 local affiliates have been at the forefront of the civil-rights movement, and continue that leadership and advocacy role today.

The length of this contract will be from December 15, 2009 – December 31, 2010.

Essential Functions for Centennial Campaign:

– Responsible for increasing the organization’s influence with and visibility in print, radio, TV, and web-based media outlets.

– Develop and pitch stories to national and local media; organize news conferences and appearances; coordinate issues management, message development and other communication needs of the organization.

– Conduct quick, accurate research into topics on which National Urban League will engage in public discourse. Provides talking points to spokespersons.

– Develop press releases, editorials, media alerts and executive statements.

– Clip tracking/acquisition; monitors daily newspapers, magazines, publications.

– Strong media relations strategy and management experience, including significant record of accomplishment with major media.

– Coordinate with NUL leadership and network producer on monthly TV segments.

– Manage and pitch media opportunities for CEO and the organization regarding the Centennial only.

– Manage PR surrounding Centennial events (i.e. Traveling Exhibit, Coffee Table Book release, Open House events, etc.)

– Coordinates planning of media events with external partners and with other departments within the National Urban League headquarters.

– Create template media documents to disseminate to affiliates as needed.

– Facilitate media attendance and coverage of public Centennial events.

– Send information to news agencies and online providers, conduct follow-up calls and provide media relations assistance.

– Establish and maintain working relationships with news agencies and online providers, including radio, television and print media.

– Adhere to industry best practices when contacting, auditing and purchasing media as a representative of the organization.

– Provide monthly reports and yearend wrap-up report with media clippings.

Experience, Skills & Knowledge:

– Must have 8+ years of experience working with strategic communications, public relations practices and procedures. Corporate, government/campaign, and/or non-profit experience strongly preferred.

– Must have strong writing and editing skills.

– Must have solid time management skills and the ability to manage multiple projects in a fast-paced deadline driven environment.

– Must have solid news judgment and the ability to contribute to strategic thinking as well as the development and execution of PR programs.

– Must possess a highly developed sense of judgment, diplomacy, and be able to function independently as well as part of a team.

– Must have a thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office, Outlook and Internet Explorer. Moreover, s/he must be able to use and manage software employed for mass-distribution of E-newsletters and press releases.

– Must be able to work at NUL headquarters in New York 1-2 days a week at no cost to NUL.

– Some travel required.

– Must have Passion, Integrity and Energy!

QUALIFYING PROCESS:

To qualify for bid submission, each organization must submit the following to the National Urban League by December 7, 2009:

No more than 1,000 words about why you are uniquely qualified to perform this project; Project fee (per month); Three (3) business recommendations; Writing and clip samples for no more than three (3) projects; Once contract is awarded, must be able to submit required documents (W9 and certificate of insurance).

Please submit to bmota@nul.org OR

B. Mota, National Urban League, 120 Wall Street, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10005

NO TELEPHONE CALLS PLEASE.

15.) Website Content Marketing Manager (In-House Temporary Position for 12 months), The National Urban League, New York, NY

The length of this temporary position will be from December 15, 2009 – December 31, 2010.

The National Urban League is seeking a Website Content Marketing Manager in the Marketing & Communications department. In 2010, the National Urban League will celebrate its Centennial honoring the past and present while positioning itself for the next century of service. The Website Content Marketing Manager will promote brand awareness with experience and skills in web content management, writing and editing for the web, graphic design and site management.

The Website Content Marketing Manager will be responsible for developing the voice for the Centennial online presence. In addition to writing, editing, and proofreading the Centennial site content, this person will also work closely with the technical team to maintain site standards with regard to new development. The Website Content Marketing Manager will also be responsible for crafting site promotions, email newsletters, and online outreach for the Centennial campaign.

The Website Content Marketing Manager will work closely with technical, business development, and marketing members of our organization, so strong communication skills are needed. The ideal candidate will also have experience managing online marketing and outreach campaigns. Tasks require a strong attention to detail and ability to work under tight deadlines.

As the National Urban League prepares for its Centennial celebration in 2010, this historical organization remains committed to the fundamental principles upon which it was founded. Since its inception in 1910, the National Urban League and its 100 local affiliates have been at the forefront of the civil-rights movement, and continue that leadership and advocacy role today.

Responsibilities:

– Create, develop and manage Centennial content for organization’s web presence (requires working with content management software)

– Manage photo selection and use in online properties

– Manage design/layout of website, eBlasts, newsletters, etc.

– Coordinate Centennial web projects across departments

– Maintain a consistent look and feel throughout all Centennial online properties

– Working with a cross-departmental team, maintain and develop the master content calendar for all Centennial web properties

– Copyedit and proofread all Centennial web content

– Oversee freelancers, including writers, copyeditors and community outreach organizers

– Keep current with emerging web technologies through relevant blogs, listservs, and events

– Assure web-based information is archived for future needs and reference

– Manage social networking platforms including Facebook and Twitter.

– Track and report on all site metrics

– Work cooperatively with key team members, clients and vendors

– Develop an online strategy that supports the company's overall goals and oversee all aspects of its implementation

– Identify opportunities for growth and execute strategies that take advantage of these opportunities

– Identify and execute strategic partnerships to acquire compelling content, features, and online tools that support the website strategy

Required Skills:

– Exceptional communication and organizational skills

– Experience with broadband wireless internet access

– Ability to manage multiple projects in a fast-paced, deadline-driven environment

– Basic Adobe Photoshop skills

– Proven ability to build consensus and work effectively within a cross-departmental team

– 5+ years experience managing content and production for high traffic websites

– Bachelor’s degree in English, Journalism, Technical Writing or a related field

– Passion, Integrity and Energy!

Apply online at www.nul.org.

16.) Marketing Campaign Manager (contract), National Urban League, Centennial Campaign, New York, NY

The National Urban League is seeking a Centennial Marketing Campaign Manager in the Marketing & Communications department. The Centennial Marketing Campaign Manager will develop and implement strategies to communicate the organization's mission, programs, research, advocacy efforts and events regarding Centennial to key constituents and through a wide variety of marketing channels. S/he undertakes all traditional marketing activities including promotions; media planning and buying; event support; and collateral design and development. The Centennial Marketing Campaign Manager reports to the Vice President of Marketing & Communications, but also works very closely and independently with other department leaders.

As the National Urban League prepares for its Centennial celebration in 2010, this historical organization remains committed to the fundamental principles upon which it was founded. Since its inception in 1910, the National Urban League and its 100 local affiliates have been at the forefront of the civil-rights movement, and continue that leadership and advocacy role today.

The length of this contract will be from December 15, 2009 – December 31, 2010.

Traditional Marketing Responsibilities:

– Implement marketing and communications strategies and tactics to support organization’s objectives.

– Ensure consistent implementation of branding throughout the organization (departments and affiliates as needed) including marketing messages, uniform graphic design standards and the implementation of appropriate measures to facilitate uniform use of branding.

– Manage the creation of Centennial content for Urban Influence magazine and its website; The Opportunity Journal magazine online/print; State of Black America and all NUL publications and media assets.

– Work with NUL Marketing team on marketing concepts for communications materials, such as the annual report, newsletters, advertisements, pamphlets, postcards, brochures, web design, E-blasts, and special publications (e.g., marketing materials for prospective donors, invitations). Development includes writing, overseeing production and distribution; determining appropriate delivery methods: print, media, online, face to face.

– Develop the theme, content, and marketing plan for events; manage and/or provide assistance for events.

– Manage appropriate advertising agencies, freelance copywriters, graphic designers, web designers and web programmers to support the organization's marketing and communications needs.

Digital Marketing Responsibilities

– Manage the Centennial Website Marketing Manager to increase visibility and engagement.

– Supervise Centennial website content development and updates to ensure the quality, integrity and accuracy of all information posted to the website.

– Create, edit and work with the IT department and/or contractor to publish content (still and video imagery and text) to the website to ensure organizational updates are made in a timely manner.

– Work with IT to expand the Centennial website’s content and interactivity; create new web opportunities as needed.

Management Responsibilities

– Manage the Centennial Publicist to increase visibility and engagement.

– Manage multiple complex projects simultaneously.

– Manage project budgets.

– Some travel required.

Education:

Bachelor's degree in Communications, Marketing, English or other related field is required. Master’s degree a plus.

Experience, Skills & Knowledge:

– 8+ years of marketing experience, ideally at a non-profit organization or in government/campaign.

– 3+ years of print production experience and working with graphic designers.

– 5+ years of event management experience.

– 5+ years of digital marketing experience preferred.

– 2+ years of experience managing video production projects.

– 3+ years of experience targeting audiences of color, especially using new media channels.

– Strong project management and organizational skills, including extreme attention to detail and deadlines.

– Ability to work in a fast- paced and team-oriented environment and independently organize work resources with the capability to work on multiple projects and/or assignments simultaneously.

– Outstanding written and verbal communication skills, with an exceptional capability in developing effective interpersonal relationships.

– Ability to write and edit copy for a broad array of promotional materials.

– Flexibility, creative thinking and the ability to address marketing objectives with a limited budget while leveraging cost-effective means to achieve ambitious promotional goals.

– Exceptional PowerPoint skills with the ability to transform broad messages into a concise set of visually appealing slides and accompanying talking points.

– Strong ability to work well with others with poise, tact and diplomacy. Ability to work cross-departmentally and collaboratively.

– Must possess a high degree of proficiency with Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and Outlook.

– Must possess passion, integrity and energy!

QUALIFYING PROCESS:

To qualify for bid submission, each organization must submit the following to the National Urban League by December 7, 2009:

No more than 1,000 words about why you are uniquely qualified to perform this project; Project fee (per month); Three (3) business recommendations; Writing and clip samples for no more than three (3) projects; Once contract is awarded, must be able to submit required documents (W9 and certificate of insurance).

Please submit to bmota@nul.org OR

B. Mota, National Urban League, 120 Wall Street, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10005

NO TELEPHONE CALLS PLEASE.

17.) Social Media Coordinator, CROCS, NIWOT, COLORADO

http://company.crocs.com/2009/11/02/social-media-specialist/

18.) Spring Internship – Production Operations, ESPN, Bristol, CT

https://disney.recruitmax.com/main/careerportal/Job_Profile.cfm?szOrderID=211422

19.) Communications Internship: Spring 2010, The Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), NY, NY

http://jobs.foreignaffairs.org/employment/JobDisplay.asp?id=316

20.) SQL Database Developer, Oberon Media, New York, NY

http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/job-J3BXZXIV1F2

21.) PUBLIC AFFAIRS ASSISTANT, Naval Education & Training Command, Great Lakes, IL

http://jobview.studentjobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?JobID=84800859

*** From Jesenia Rodriguez:

Good Day,

Please post the attached internship.

Thank you!

Jesenia Rodriguez

Associate, Employee Benefits

American Lung Association

22.) Policy and Advocacy Intern – 2010 Spring Semester, American Lung Association, Washington, DC

Responsibilities:

You can make a difference at one of the nation’s leading health non-profits. Join the American Lung Association in the fight against tobacco, lung cancer, asthma, emphysema, air pollution and lung health issues that afflict millions of people. We have a proud history of success in legislation, legal action, regulation and policy change that places us in the forefront of the most important public health and environmental issues facing our nation. Work with us to help those who suffer from lung disease today, and to stop the spread of lung disease tomorrow.

The National Policy and Advocacy Intern will be responsible for:

Preparing background materials, appendices and assist with fact checking for reports.

Drafting e-advocacy alerts and letters to Members of Congress.

Accompanying American Lung Association staff on Capitol Hill visits when appropriate

Drafting monthly e-newsletter on tobacco control policy developments

Creating and updating content for the American Lung Association’s public website

Conducting research projects on lung health statistics and policies

Helping track pending tobacco control legislation using the Statenet system

Performing other duties as assigned, including some administrative tasks

Work Schedule:

Up to 20 hours per week during normal business hours

Base Pay:

$8.25/hour

Qualifications:

Advanced Undergraduate/Graduate Students are encouraged to apply. Qualified candidates should possess general knowledge of the legislative process, legislative and general researching skills, strong writing abilities, creative problem solving skills, a careful attention to detail, and the ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously. Candidates must possess strong overall computer skills, particularly in Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Access. An interest in or knowledge of tobacco control policy, environmental health, asthma or other public health policies is desirable, but not required. Capitol Hill experience is a plus.

Application Procedure:

Please submit a one-page writing sample, cover letter and resume to:

Jan Mahumed

Director, Administration & Office Services

E-mail: jmahumed@lungusa.org

The American Lung Association is dedicated to a diverse workforce.

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V

23.) Spring Intern, Rabinowitz/Dorf Communications, Washington, DC

http://www.internweb.com/internship/Politics/8633/5688

24.) Technical Editor – OED, Institute for Defense Analyses, Alexandria, VA

http://jobs-ida.icims.com/jobs/1386/job

25.) Public Affairs Specialist, Internal Revenue Service, Washington, DC

http://jobview.usajobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?JobID=84785793

26.) Public Affairs Specialist, Customs and Border Protection, Department Of Homeland Security, Buffalo, NY

http://jobview.usajobs.gov/GetJob.aspx?JobID=84639994

*** From Sunita Ray:

Ned – Please include the posting below in next week's JOTW. Thank you. – Sunita Ray

27.) Manager, GSC Audit Communications, KPMG LLP, Woodcliff Lake, NJ

At KPMG we run our firm just as effectively as we support and strengthen our clients' businesses. That means hiring talented people to help develop and manage our brand, publish our thought leadership, control our finances, run our IT infrastructure, and support our professionals in the field. There are great opportunities to build your career within our business. KPMG is a great place to build your career. We are currently seeking a Manager, Audit Communications to join us in our Woodcliff Lake office.

Responsibilities:

• Support the global communications strategy for the Global Services Center (GSC) Audit organization through regular proactive communications

• Draft articles for the GSC newsletter, maintain the GSC Audit Website, create PowerPoint presentations on GSC Audit initiatives, and develop messaging for the Global Head of Audit Methodology and Implementation

• Identify communications opportunities that promote the GSC Audit brand with KPMG employees, clients, potential job candidates and recent college graduates

• Develop communications in support of the global deployment of new audit tools, eAudIT and ALex, designed to build awareness and promote change management initiatives

• Interact with global member firms' communications contacts to drive positive messaging around GSC Audit initiatives

• Create communications designed to keep global audit leadership informed of GSC Audit products and programs

• Provide miscellaneous communications support to senior GSC leadership team members as needed

Qualifications:

• Five years of communications or marketing experience in a large corporate enterprise; matrix professional services organization experience preferred

• Experience producing change management communications for a global or national audience with an understanding of various communication vehicles including marketing, Web/electronic communications, internal communications, and corporate communications

• Bachelor's degree in Communications, Marketing Finance, or Business Administration from an accredited university; MBA or other Master’s degree preferred

• Excellent written and verbal communication skills with the ability to interact with various levels in a global organization

• Strong organizational skills with the ability to multi-task in a high pressure environment

• Experience with HTML, Adobe Captivate, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Flash, or MS SharePoint preferred

KPMG offers and supports flexible work arrangements as well as part-time schedules. We also offer a comprehensive compensation and benefits package.

Interested? We strongly encourage you to apply online at www.kpmgcareers.com and search for requisition 20846. No phone calls or agencies please. KPMG Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V. KPMG maintains a drug-free workplace.

28.) Assistant Manager Advertising & Promotion, Viking/Penguin, New York, New York

Our Viking/Penguin Ad/Promo department is currently seeking an Assistant Manager to oversee creation of the thrice-yearly Viking Frontlist Catalog, which includes outsourcing catalog copy to freelance writers, evaluating and revising copy, creating and editing original copy, supervising the layout design, and tracking down missing information. In addition, the Assistant Manager will coordinate verso copy of all Viking galleys, create and route radio spots for all Viking and Penguin titles and coordinate scheduling of these spots across other participating imprints, and manage production of occasional ads and promotional pieces.

Please apply if you meet the following requirements:

•4 year college degree or equivalent experience

•Minimum of 2 years experience in book publishing or selling

•Organized and detail oriented

•Ability to handle multiple tasks and prioritize with minimal supervision

•Solid writing skills

•Proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel

•Basic familiarity with InDesign and Final Cut are a plus

To apply, please send your resume and cover letter with salary requirements.

http://us.penguingroup.com/static/pages/aboutus/employment/jobopportunities.html#job09

29.) Associate News Editor, Professional Media Group, Norwalk, CT

http://jobs.fairfieldcountyjobs.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=611&jb=6151303

30.) Professional Financial Writer, Fogarty Knapp & Associates, Inc., Stamford, Connecticut

http://jobs.fairfieldcountyjobs.com/c/job.cfm?t731=36496,38126&t730=&t3898=&t732=&site_id=611&t733=&t734=&max=25&jb=5586973

31.) Business editor, The BVI Beacon, Tortola, British Virgin Islands

http://www.journalismjobs.com/Job_Listing.cfm?JobID=1127922

32.) Director Shopper Insight, ConAgra Foods, Bentonville, AR

http://www.hirediversity.com/jobseekers/jobs/view.asp?ID=2641295

*** From Debbie Feldman Jones:

33.) Director Communications & Marketing, Bloomberg School of Public Health, Johns Hopkins University, East Baltimore, MD

https://hrnt.jhu.edu/jhujobs/job_view.cfm?view_req_id=41829&view=sch

*** From Barbara Halpern:

Ned – here are a great array of jobs at Conservation International (www.conservation.org), here and abroad.

34.) Director, Corporate Relations – Europe, CI-Europe, Conservation International (CI), London, Amsterdam or other European business hub

http://www.conservation.org/discover/careers/pages/dir_corp_relations_europe.aspx

35.) Senior Director, Corporate Communications and Marketing, Center for Environmental Leadership in Business, Conservation International (CI), Arlington, Virginia

http://www.conservation.org/discover/careers/pages/sr_dir_corp_comm.aspx

36.) Managing Director, Singapore, Global Outreach, Conservation International (CI), Singapore

http://www.conservation.org/discover/careers/pages/man_direc_singapore.aspx

37.) Social Media Editor, The Des Moines Register, Des Moines, Iowa

http://www.journalismjobs.com/Job_Listing.cfm?JobID=1127642

38.) Media Specialist, USMC College of Continuing Education (CCE) project, Craig Technologies, Jacksonville, FL

http://tbe.taleo.net/NA3/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=CRAIGTECH&cws=1&rid=748

*** From Gina Kazimir:

This one is perfect for horse lovers! — Gina Kazimir

39.) Promotional Events Manager, Breyer Animal Creations, Pequannock, NJ

Breyer Animal Creations (Pequannock, NJ), 60-year-old marketer of equestrian-themed toys and collectibles, seeks an experienced Promotional Events Manager to manage and grow its experiential events for consumers, collectors and retailers. Working in a fast-paced environment, the Promotional Events Manager will be responsible for developing and producing brand-building festivals, events and marketing promotions at various locations throughout the country, resulting in high attendance, strong product sales and brand affinity.

The promotional events manager will concept and implement innovative plans to create consumer awareness of the model horse hobby and increase participation in hobby activities. In addition, the promotional events manager will provide retailers with the marketing tools and information to host successful retail events that build their Breyer business and increase sales.

The right candidate will have experience coordinating and running festivals, fairs or horse shows rather than meetings or corporate functions.

Key responsibilities will include:

 Produce and manage company’s annual collector festival. Responsible for development and management of event program, bottom line/P&L, vendors and rentals, and ticket and product sales to achieve maximum attendance, publicity and profit goals.

 Create successful formats for retailers that will enable them to host successful in-store Breyer events.

 Create and manage up to 5-10 regional events to involve retailers and consumers in a experience to enhance brand awareness and promote sales.

 Concept, develop, manage and implement additional promotional events, such as grass roots consumer events, that will grow brand recognition and affinity; increase customer loyalty; grow the model horse hobby; create excitement for the brand; increase sales; promote goodwill.

We are looking for an experienced event manager with strong marketing and/or promotions background. Equestrian background a plus, but not required. Position requires 3-5 years of progressively responsible event management experience – preferably in consumer festivals, fairs and/or promotional events. Strong organizational skills, excellent computer skills, communications skills, attention to detail and ability to meet deadlines critical. Must be able to handle multiple priorities and P&L responsibilities. 20% travel required for this position.

Please submit a cover letter, resume and salary history to jobs@reevesintl.com.

*** From David Englin:

Ned,

Here is a job listing submission for JOTW:

40.) Former military Public Affairs Officer, Live Wire Media Relations, Alexandria, VA

Job opportunity for former military Public Affairs Officer in Washington, DC area

Live Wire Media Relations, Alexandria, VA, is looking for a former military Public Affairs Officer (or similar background) to work 25 hours per week beginning in mid-December through March 31 doing media relations for its two big defense clients.

The ideal candidate would be looking for part time employment in the DC area. However, the company may be taking on some additional defense and other clients very soon, so full time work is also a possibility. Live Wire Media Relations is a terrific company located right at the King St Metro in Alexandria. It's a small team with a strong quality of life emphasis for all employees.

The salary and work schedule are negotiable, but the range is $60K-$90K full-time, pro-rated to the hours worked. (For example, if it's based on $80K full-time and you work half time, you'd make $40K.)

The position needs to be filled quickly, so interested applicants should contact David Englin at denglin@livewiredc.com as soon as possible.

Best,

David

David Englin

Vice President

Live Wire Media Relations, LLC

225 Reinekers Lane, Suite 330

Alexandria, VA 22314

703-519-1600 Ext. 103

www.livewiredc.com

41.) Sr. Acquisitions Editor, Morgan Kaufmann, Elsevier, Burlington, Massachusetts

http://jobs.elsevier.com/MA/Sr_Acq_Editor_Books/011886843/job

42.) Responsable Publication – Magazine Salamati / Afghanistan, Aide Médicale Internationale, Kabul, Afghanistan

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7XYLY5

43.) Executive Editor, Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA), Elsevier, Burlington, Massachusetts

http://www.findjobsnet.com/Publishing-Printing/Find-job-Executive-Editor-736879.htm

44.) Clinical Editor, Gold Standard (GS) drug databases, Elsevier, Tampa, FL

http://jobs.elsevier.com/FL/Clinical_Editor_Gold_Std/012824350/job

45.) Acquisition Editor – Technical Books, Galileo Press, Dedham, MA

http://www.findjobsnet.com/Publishing-Printing/Find-job-Acquisition-Editor-Technical-Books-736833.htm

46.) Marketing Communications Director, BRYANT & STRATTON COLLEGE, Parma, OH

http://jobs.cleveland.com/careers/jobsearch/detail?jobId=20802095&rsite=careercast&rgroup=1&clientid=cleveland

47.) Malaria Technical Advisor, Behavior Change Communication, Global Health Fellows Program, Washington, DC

Closing Date – 03 Dec 2009

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7XXVT6

48.) Director of Marketing and Communications, BBYO, Washington, District of Columbia

http://jobs.prweekjobs.com/careers/jobsearch/detail?jobId=20739756&rsite=careercast&rgroup=1&clientid=prweek

49.) Director of Marketing and Communications, Summer Search, San Francisco, CA

http://jobs.retirementjobs.com/careers/jobsearch/detail?jobId=20646349&rsite=careercast&rgroup=1&clientid=retirementjobs

50.) Director, NIBR Communications, Novartis Institutes for BioMedical Research, Inc., Cambridge, MA

http://careers.diversityinc.com/careers/jobsearch/detail?jobId=19859270&rsite=careercast&rgroup=1&clientid=diversity

51.) Director of Marketing and Communications, The Markens Group, Springfield, Massachusetts

http://jobs.masslive.com/careers/jobsearch/detail?jobId=20949401&rsite=careercast&rgroup=1&clientid=masslive

52.) Director of Communications, UAE Temporary Assignment, Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation, United Technologies Corporation, United Arab Emirates

Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation is a world leader in the design and manufacture of advanced helicopters for commercial, industrial and military uses. Sikorsky helicopters are used by all five branches of the United States armed forces, along with military services and commercial operators in more than 40 nations. Based in Stratford, Connecticut, USA, Sikorsky has outlying facilities in other Connecticut locations as well as in Florida and Alabama.

Sikorsky is establishing a joint venture in the United Arab Emirates and is seeking interest of communications professionals across UTC to fill a 3 to 18 month assignment until the permanent position is filled.

The responsibilities for the temporary assignment include:

Satisfy objectives established in joint venture Communication/Tradeshows Plan; develop and implement communication/media strategies that can meet the JV's objectives; interface with the media to educate and inform local constituencies on the joint venture organization

Masters degree in communication

7 or more years experience in leading a communications function within a large organization.

This temporary assignment is located in the United Arab Emirates full time.

United Technologies Corporation is An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer

http://www.sikorskycareers.com/job_detail.asp?JobID=1734233&user_id

53.) Strategic Communications Consultant, MassMutual Financial Group, Springfield, Massachusetts

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=65&jb=6257067

54.) Marketing/Communications Manager, Port of Bremerton, Bremerton, WA

http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/job-JOSZOBX7WOO

55.) Public Relations Officer, St John of God Health Care, South Melbourne, Vic., Australia

What an opportunity to kick start your career in PR working for a values-based organisation with a great team, a friendly environment, and where your work will make a difference.

Located at our South Melbourne corporate office, you will work directly with our Group Director, Marketing and Public Relations providing general assistance to the marketing & PR team and working on initiatives to enhance St John of God Health Care's competitive position and profile.

A self motivator, you will have a flair for organisation, a can-do attitude, excellent writing, communication and interpersonal skills. Ideally, you will be a recent graduate or near completion of your tertiary qualification. Some experience in public relations would be desirable.

A negotiable salary, generous salary packaging, caregiver benefits and flexible working conditions apply.

Please note that occasionally you may be required to work outside of normal hours or to travel.

For more information, please contact Fiona Athersmith, Group Director Marketing and Public Relations, 03-9205-6503. For a PD and information on how to apply, please go to http://www.sjog.org.au (see under Careers/Group Services).

Applications close: Monday, 7 December 2009.

No Recruitment agents please – only personal applications will be accepted

56.) Communications Manager, MD Physician Services Inc., Ottawa, Canada

http://ottawa.iabc.com/communications-manager-md-physician-services-inc/

57.) Communications Manager, SureScore, Austin, TX

http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/job-J04WDXNCU3K

58.) Director, Interactive Marketing, University Hospitals Case Medical Center, Cleveland, OH

http://jobs.cleveland.com/careers/jobsearch/detail?jobId=20597012&rsite=careercast&rgroup=1&clientid=cleveland

59.) Director, Media Relations, National Urban League, NY, NY

http://jobs.prweekjobs.com/careers/jobsearch/detail?jobId=20611422&rsite=careercast&rgroup=1&clientid=prweek

60.) Multimedia Coordinator (Part Time) – Foothill Ranch, Bal Seal Engineering, Inc., Foothill Ranch, CA

http://jobs.retirementjobs.com/careers/jobsearch/detail?jobId=20796818&rsite=careercast&rgroup=1&clientid=retirementjobs

61.) Manager, PR/Corporate Communications, Finish Line, Inc., Indianapolis, IN

http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/job-J3AACUEC7N9

62.) Strategic Communications Specialist – Public Policy Program, Management Systems International, Colombia

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7XXT5K

*** From Dave Groobert:

Hi Ned,

Can you please run this in the next issue of the newsletter, thanks,

– Dave

63.) Account Supervisor, Environics Communications, Washington, D.C.

Environics Communications (www.environicspr.com), a full-service North

American public relations agency, has an immediate opening for an Account

Supervisor in the healthcare practice of our growing Washington, D.C.

office.

Our ideal candidate has 8-12 years of public relations experience focused

primarily/exclusively in healthcare communications. Agency experience is

not mandatory, but is strongly preferred.

Environics is a management-owned agency offering competitive salaries,

benefits including fully paid health insurance and profit sharing, and a

friendly, dynamic environment in which hard work is recognized and rewarded.

The agency serves a range of clients in the following practice areas:

healthcare, consumer goods & services, technology/telecommunications,

financial services, associations & nonprofits, and sustainability and clean

energy.

Please e-mail your resume and cover letter to as@ecius.net.

No telephone calls please, and we regret that we are not able to acknowledge

or respond to every inquiry. Applicants should already reside in the

Greater Washington metropolitan area, as relocation will not be provided.

64.) Advocacy and Communication Manager, Education Above All, Doha, Qatar

Closing Date – 16 Dec 2009

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7Y2DZD

65.) Reporter/Sports, Wynne Progress, Wynne, Arkansas

http://www.journalismjobs.com/Job_Listing.cfm?JobID=950604

*** From Kris Gallagher:

66.) Vice Chancellor for Communications, State University of New York System Administration, Albany, New York

The State University of New York System Administration, located in

Albany, New York, is seeking applications and nominations for the

position of Vice Chancellor for Communications who will develop and

lead an overall communications, marketing and branding strategy for the

most comprehensive public university system in the nation. The State

University of New York enrolls over 465,000 students on 64-campuses and

has an annual all funds budget of $11 billion.

Duties: Specific responsibilities of The Vice Chancellor for

Communications will include, but not be limited to:

* Overall communications strategy, including message

development, to clearly articulate system-wide policy issues and

highlight the quality, value, contributions and mission of the State

University to the broader public.

* Creating internal and external communications plans, including

crisis communications and issues management strategies.

* Overseeing the operations of the University Communications

Office and be responsible for public relations and media relations,

including news releases, publications, University websites, photography,

video, new media and social media.

* Serving as principal spokesperson for the State University.

In addition, the Vice Chancellor will provide support to the Chancellor

in public affairs and writing activities.

* The comprehensive development and promotion of the University

brand in conjunction with coordinated campus brands and their campaigns.

This will particularly include enrollment marketing efforts.

* Serving as a resource for SUNY campuses on communications

matters and will help coordinate communications efforts among SUNY and

SUNY-related entities including the SUNY Construction Fund and SUNY

Research Foundation.

The Vice Chancellor will report to the Chancellor as a member of the

chancellor's cabinet of the State University and also as a member of the

Office of the Senior Vice Chancellor and Secretary. He/she will work in

close coordination with the Vice Chancellor for Government Relations and

will play an important role in the development and promotion of SUNY's

multi-year strategic plan.

The Vice Chancellor will be based in Albany, New York, while also

spending time at the University's Offices in New York City and traveling

to SUNY campuses throughout New York State.

Qualifications: The successful candidate for this senior-level position

should possess a Bachelor's degree and 10 plus years of significant

high-level experience in the field of communications, public relations,

and marketing. Commitment to public higher education and an advanced

degree are preferable. Strong management and communications skills are

essential.

Interested candidates are invited to apply online. Applications are

currently being accepted and will continue to be accepted until the

position is filled.

State University of New York System Administration is an affirmative

action, equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the

basis of race, sex, color, national origin, religion, marital status,

age, sexual orientation, veteran or military status, disability, genetic

predisposition or carrier status or domestic violence victim status.

https://www2.sysadm.suny.edu/Vacancy_2/submit/vacancy_description.cfm?jobDsc=vccommunications%2Ehtm&JOB_LIS_ID=501

67.) Publicist, Cartoon Network – Public Relations, Turner Broadcasting Time Warner, Atlanta, Georgia

https://careers.timewarner.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?SID=^wWg0Vy6Ur4WdLwBA_slp_rhc_DEKHYll07Ki8Au5Bf9kt1Ru7RIijnxc6Ugn2aZSuqN/eri4o6VhPBTgOTvT_C_R__L_F_sXGEsaPoUivCnOOsfbOXmba7uGrtnZw=&jobId=508564

68.) Manager, Marketing- International, Warner Bros. Entertainment Group, Burbank, Calif.

https://careers.timewarner.com/1033/ASP/TG/cim_jobdetail.asp?SID=^IiuLuDiv60tUZ2NGaZ1xihUuKXvFxaQzd18KfHMQVy0Ov6OTMQOqT71im/1UuPIgaURVRawbDe_slp_rhc_0_C_R__L_F_nHt9/DUYd12TG7zk91Twl86t/nJkRAo=&jobId=512408

69.) Reporter, The Sentinel & Enterprise, Fitchburg, Massachusetts

http://www.journalismjobs.com/Job_Listing.cfm?JobID=685352

*** From Laura Hamra:

Widmeyer is currently looking for an Assistant Vice President for our New York office. Could you please post the attached job description to your next jobs of the week newsletter?

Thank you.

Laura Hamra

Vice President, Human Resources

www.widmeyer.com

http://www.linkedin.com/in/laurahamra

70.) Assistant Vice President, Widmeyer, New York, NY

Widmeyer Communications seeks to hire an Assistant Vice President for its New York Office.

Ideal candidates should have at least ten years of relevant media and/or policy related experience (including government/in-house communications and/or agency positions).

Specific experience working with the media and promoting education, civic and cultural, and/or philanthropic issues is essential.

Pre-requisites for the position also include experience in managing clients, exemplary writing skills, and experience juggling multiple projects simultaneously.

Competitive salary commensurate with experience, plus a full benefits package. Please forward resume, along with cover letter and writing samples to:

Widmeyer Communications

Attn: Human Resources

jobs@widmeyer.com

Reference: NY

71.) Communications Intern, Mercy Corps, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

Closing Date – 19 Jan 2010

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7XYD4S

71.) Communications Intern, Mercy Corps, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan 72.) Cycling Communications Coordinator, City of Sydney, Sydney, NSW, Australia

The City of Sydney is seeking an experienced communications professional to develop, implement and evaluate communication strategies to support the development of the City's cycling network as part of Sustainable Sydney 2030.

In this role you will work closely with City Projects to engage and consult with local communities and businesses on the implementation of the cycling network.

Excellent communication and organisational skills are needed to manage multiple projects on multiple timelines. This role involves face-to-face communication, preparation and distribution of materials and media relations.

Visit http://www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/jobs for a position description. For further information contact Josh Mackenzie, Acting Communications and Media Manager on 02-9265-9495 or via email jmackenzie@cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au, subject: Communications Coordinator (via ComJobs and JOTW). $91,162 pa plus Super; Two-year temporary position.

Applications should be framed around the selection criteria, include the names and telephone numbers of two referees and be made online via our website, quoting the job title and Ref. No. S075184, by Sunday 6 December 2009.

72.) Communications Coordinator, Alberta Conservation Association, Sherwood Park, Alberta, Canada

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=65&jb=6231735

*** From Bill Seiberlich:

73.) Public Relations Intern (unpaid), Simon PR, Philadelphia, PA

Simon PR is Philadelphia’s premier boutique public relations agency.

Located on the Avenue of the Arts in the historic Bellevue, the Agency

enjoys an excellent reputation, one that has been earned over 18 years

in business. Our expertise is in strategic public relations planning,

media relations, community relations, consumer marketing, corporate

communications, social media, publications and grassroots publicity.

Interns at Simon Public Relations Group gain exposure to a variety of

clients and industries, many facets of the public relations business and

the workings of a small, dynamic Agency. This is a great opportunity to

learn from the best. We are located at www.simonpr.com.

Here’s what our interns have to say:

– Simon PR is a truly positive learning environment and I gained a

wealth of knowledge about the real world of PR. I also gained

confidence in my abilities under the leadership of everyone at Simon.

Laura Corish, Pennsylvania State University, Class of 2009

– Thank you so much for welcoming me so graciously. I have learned so

much and truly value the experience and opportunity to help with press

releases, media lists, clip books and more. I look forward to remaining

in contact-your advice about jobs is truly appreciated! Debra Kerr,

University of Pennsylvania, Class of 2008

– Simon PR is one of the most effective, ethical and prevailing public

relations agencies in Philadelphia with a brilliant team of

professionals that taught me invaluable things and always made me feel

part of the family. The opportunity to intern at Simon PR opened my eyes

to see what I want and how can I accomplish it. Claudia Soriano, Temple

University, Class of 2008

Key Responsibilities

– Social media including posting information and photos to Facebook,

researching bloggers, social media measurement, guest blogging and

creating an Agency MySpace page

– Updating/writing, distributing and posting basic public relations

materials (calendar listings, news releases, media alerts, calendar

listings, PSAs)

– Conducting research on a variety of topics and business categories

– Monitoring and reporting on the news

– Media relations

– Miscellaneous creative assignments

– Merchandising the Agencys work to clients

Qualifications – You must:

– Be majoring in Public Relations, Journalism or English

– Be a junior or senior in college or a graduate student

– Have a 3.4 or better grade point average

– Demonstrate a strong interest in public relations

– Enjoy writing and thinking creatively

– Be knowledgeable about and skilled at social media

– Have excellent written and verbal communications skills

– Be organized, thorough and accurate in your work

– Have a professional appearance

Requirements: During the school year, interns work part time for a full

semester and must be available 8 – 20 hours a week. Summer interns are

encouraged to work full time, but may be accepted on a part-time basis,

with a minimum of two days a week. A stipend to cover lunch and travel

expenses to/from the office is available.

After intern application review, you may be invited to Simon PRs open

houses on December 3, December 4 or December 7 between 10 am and 4 pm.

At that time, you should bring with you:

– A 200 – 300 word entry that would be appropriate for Simon PRs blog,

Philly P.I.

– A mock posting about a PR class or PR event youve attended, based on

Simon PRs Facebook page

– Your best news release

– A transcript of your grades

– A resume

Be prepared for a short interview and to complete a question set.

Simon PR is located at 200 South Broad Street, Suite 1160 in

Philadelphia. If you have any questions call Beverly Volpe, Management

Supervisor, at 215-545-4715 x24.

Contact: Return the intern application by November 30, 2009. Email it

to Beverly Volpe at bvolpe@simonpr.com

http://phila.simonpr.com/press/sprg.2009.10.internapp.doc

74.) Marketing & Public Relations Coordinator, Hunterdon Healthcare System, Flemington, NJ

Hunterdon Medical Center is a 176-bed non-profit community hospital,

providing a full range of preventive, diagnostic and therapeutic

inpatient and outpatient hospital and community health services.

Job Details:

– Bachelors degree is required

– Experience is required

Job Summary: Implement tactical efforts of marketing and public

relations strategy for Hunterdon Healthcare.

Minimum Education Requirements: B.A or B.S. in Marketing,

Communications, Journalism or Business. 2 years experience in marketing

and public relations for healthcare industry.

Essential Responsibilities: Traffic Coordinator for Marketing and

Public Relations projects, billing and budget management, database

coordinating, writing, participate in the market and public relations

strategy and creative campaign process, desktop publishing, preferably

using Adobe Pagemaker to create flyers, employee newsletter and

advertisements, manage yellow page placement for the hospital, good

communication skills – ability to work well with all levels of staff,

general administrative duties: answering phones, ordering supplies,

manage room reservations and Assist Director of Marketing and Director

of Public Relations. In addition, this job requires working occasional

weekends and evenings for special events.

Special knowledge/Skills: Microsoft Office – Word, Excel and Powerpoint

– strong computer skills. A knowledge of marketing and public relations

strategy, non-profit and cause related marketing, hospital

industry/health care system awareness, market research, media planning

and buying, ability to take photographs, event planning, accounting,

budget management, information systems, internet strategy, Ektron

content management system to update content on website.

Contact: Please apply online at

http://hotjobs.yahoo.com/job-JD632UNLAT6

75.) Communications Coordinator, SCA Tissue North America, Philadelphia, PA

SCA Tissue North America is currently seeking a Communications

Coordinator to join our team in Philadelphia, PA. Reporting to the

Corporate Communications Manager, the Communications Coordinator will

support and promote SCA Tissue communications through all appropriate

means and channels.

Main Tasks:

– Responsibilities included, but are not limited to:

– Coordinate projects through completion in conjunction with the

Manager, Corporate Communications, internal customers and external

vendors

– Work with sales, marketing, human resources and senior leadership to

assist in communication projects

– Manage projects and special events through planning, implementation

and follow up phases

– Manage and update Division's digital signage content with company

news and messages

– Update SCA Intranet; train and assist colleagues on the Intranet tool

as needed

– Write e-mails, memos, press releases and news stories that promote

SCA messages

– Create and/or assist with presentation preparation as well as

organizing and facilitating meetings, workshops, and other special

events

– Manage vendor relationships and projects

– Assist with employee surveys, focus groups and polls to obtain

employee feedback

Key Competencies:

– Requirements include, but are not limited to:

– Bachelor's degree in communication, marketing, journalism, business,

or other related field

– 5 or more years experience will be considered in lieu of a degree

– 3 or more years practical experience

– High proficiency in Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel, PowerPoint;

Publisher experience is a strong plus

– Ability to travel to attend meetings and events as needed

– Solid interpersonal skills with the ability to work independently and

as part of a team

– A proactive approach

– Excellent verbal and written communication skills

– Proofreading proficiency is a must

– Proven history of organizational skills

– Strong graphic sensibility

SCA Tissue is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative-Action employer

M/F/D/V

Contact: Please upload your resume and cover letter by following the

instructions included on our website at:

www.sca.com/en/Career/Vacancies.

76.) Specialist, Public Relations, PMI, Newtown Square, PA

PMI is seeking a seasoned Public Relations professional who can assist

in developing and designing the strategic direction for PMI’s PR

program-incorporating both ongoing media/analyst outreach as well as

executive-level speaking/publishing placements, awards programs and

support for PMI led conferences. This individual should also be able to

execute on the strategy that will work for both the practitioner and

organizational markets and understand the nuances and appropriate

messaging in both. Finally, the candidate should have significant

experience working with outside PR agencies and know how best to

leverage their skills,

Deliverables are to be aligned with the overall brand strategy,

supporting the market business plans and major initiatives such as

Advocacy and the Outreach Action Plan, and key messages of the Institute

to support the organizations overall communications strategy. This

includes developing and delivering public relations collateral in a

timely fashion (e.g., press releases, fact sheets, FAQs, etc), ensuring

media outreach is proactive, and support services such as photography,

writing, clipping services, and other contract work are managed

efficiently and cost effectively.

Requirements:

– Bachelors degree in marketing or communications/public

relations/journalism.

– The ideal candidate will possess Global Product Launch experience

and/or Global Experience with PR role.

– Minimum 7 years experience in public/media relations preferably in a

service environment or not-for-profit.

– Documented first hand experience in developing integrated public

relations plans and implementing it across multiple geographic settings

and/or multiple languages.

– Successful track record of vendor management yielding results which

benefit the host organization.

– Track record of positive long-term outcome-based relationships.

Strong relationship management skills, including demonstrated ability to

work with all levels of staff, global customers, volunteers and external

organizations.

– Contacts in business and trade media across industry verticals.

– Demonstrated creative ability with expertise in promotional writing

and strict attention to detail

– Strong verbal and written communications skills, including public

speaking.

– In addition to MS Office Products, demonstrated knowledge and

expertise managing and utilizing public relations software programs such

as Cision, Vocus, PR Newswire, Luce, Bacons and others.

– Knowledge, experience and ability to travel domestically and

internationally. Must be able to travel; approximately 15%

Benefits:

– 100% paid employee benefit coverage (medical, dental, vision, and

prescription)

– Up to 20 Paid Days Off (Four weeks) per year to start

– + 9 Paid holidays

– Reimbursements: Tuition, Seminar and Professional Membership Dues

– Employee Assistance Program

– Service Recognition Awards Program

– 401k with company match up to 7%

– Credit Union

– Professional Development

– Flex time

– Business casual, friendly environment, just to name a few.

ALL BENEFITS ARE EFFECTIVE THE FIRST OF THE MONTH FOLLOWING YOUR HIRE

DATE.

About PMI: With more than 500,000 members and credential holders in

over 185 countries, the Project Management Institute, Inc. (PMI) is the

leading membership association for the project management profession and

the largest association dedicated to project management in the world. As

the leading advocate for the profession, PMI is actively engaged in

setting professional standards, providing a professional career path for

project managers and maintaining a family of professional credentials:

Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM®), Project Management

Professional (PMP®), Program Management Professional (PgMP®) and PMI

Scheduling Professional (PMI-SP SM). The PMP, held by more than 275,000

project managers worldwide, is the only project management credential

that is globally transferable.

PMI provides members with access to the knowledge, skills, educational

support and networking opportunities needed to drive business results

through project management, program management and portfolio management.

The Institute is highly regarded for its extensive research capabilities

and its program to accredit colleges and universities and Registered

Education Providers to teach PMI approved project management courses.

PMI was founded in 1969. Please visit PMI.org for more information.

Contact: Send salary history and resume to: Project Management

Institute, Attn: HR-SR PR SPCLST, 14 Campus Blvd., Newtown Square, PA

19073 or E-mail : employment@pmi.org Please send resumes as MS Word

attachments only. No Phone Calls please. EOE.

77.) Writer, Global Associate/Internal Communications, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc., Bentonville, Arkansas

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=65&jb=6235211

78.) Communications Adviser, United Nations Development Programme, Dili, Timor-Leste

Closing Date – 08 Dec 2009

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7Y42JQ

79.) Networking, Coordination and Communication Expert, Hilfswerk Austria, Ankara, Turkey

Closing Date – 03 Dec 2009

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7Y5KV2

80.) Stagiaire Communication, Aide Médicale Internationale, Pantin, France

http://www.reliefweb.int/rw/res.nsf/db900SID/OCHA-7XYMUA

81.) Communications Manager, Corpus Christi Convention and Visitors Bureau, Corpus Christi, TX

http://jobs.climber.com/jobs/Other/Corpus-Christi-TX-USA/Communications-Manager/3729843/Careers

82.) Director of Marketing Communications, Avery Dennison, Brea, California

http://jobs.prnewsonline.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=1691&jb=6216810

83.) Manager, Public Affairs, Canadian Chemical Producers' Association, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

Preference given to those applicants who have earned the Accredited Business Communicator designation.

The communications manager will be part of a small public affairs team responsible for communications and parliamentary relations for the association. Reporting to the VP, Public Affairs, the communications manager will provide communications services to the organization and will coordinate high profile events and meetings.

Responsibilities

Acting as the publisher of the website to ensure an interesting and up-to-date product;

Writing key messages, press releases, advertising copy;

Identifying media relations opportunities;

Writing, editing news articles;

Writing speeches and other materials for the President and senior executives;

Brand management

Developing and delivering new ideas for communicating to primary audiences;

Preparing presentations and other documents for use in political outreach;

Organizing lobby days in Ottawa and Queen’s Park;

Supporting appearances before Parliamentary committee meetings;

Identifying and developing public relations opportunities;

Working with companies to develop outreach in plant communities;

Qualifications

BA in languages, communications, public relations, journalism, marketing or a related field is required. Some experience in political or parliamentary relations would be an asset.

Minimum 5 years of professional communications experience.

Solid writing, editing, project management, problem-solving, oral/written communication and presentation skills.

Ideal candidate will be very organized, diplomatic, positive, results oriented, capable of operating with little supervision and of meeting tight deadlines while working well in a team environment.

The manager will have experience with publishing and related software, the internet, social media and presentation software and techniques.

Bilingual French/English including writing and editing skills in both languages.

Apply only by e-mail. No phone calls please.

Preference given to those applicants who have earned the Accredited Business Communicator designation.

Contact Person: Michael Bourque (mjbourque@ccpa.ca)

Apply URL: http://www.ccpa.ca

http://jobs.iabc.com/c/job.cfm?site_id=65&jb=6256110

84.) Graphics Design Specialist – Training & Communications Team, Brinker International, Dallas, TX

http://www.brinkerjobs.com/job_detail.asp?JobID=1701983&emid=3640

85.) Publications Specialist, Bay Medical, Panama City, FL

http://www.realmatch.com/planding.aspx?PositionId=400008A158219&AffiliateId=1434

86.) Media Services Specialist, MITRE – Information Technology, McLean, VA

http://careeradvocate.com/page/job/Job.html/c59734d21259170815

87.) Graphics and Media Specialist, Serco, Crystal City, VA

http://hostedjobs.openhire.com/epostings/submit.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobinfo&jobid=306089&company_id=15695&version=1

88.) Public Relations Specialist, GDOT, Serco, Atlanta, GA

http://hostedjobs.openhire.com/epostings/submit.cfm?fuseaction=app.jobinfo&id=23&jobid=305711&company_id=15695&version=1

89.) Public Affairs, Tessera Solar North America, Scottsdale, AZ

http://www.chloregy.com/green-jobs-careers/6706-public-affairs

90.) Director of Communications & Public Affairs, American Institutes for Research, Washington, DC

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wl/jobs/JS_JobSearchDetail?jobid=28489557

*** JOTW Weekly Alternative Selections

91.) Community Organisation Coordinator, Tree Kangaroo Conservation Program, Woodland Park Zoo, Cairns (Australia) & Lae (Papua New Guinea)

Reports To: Regional Manager, Tree Kangaroo Conservation Program

Summary: This position develops and implements the functioning of a community-based organisation as a project of the zoo's Papua New Guinea (PNG) Tree Kangaroo Conservation Program (TKCP) as part of the Asia-Pacific Partners for Wildlife Program. Time will be divided between Papua New Guinea (Lae city with extensive time in the field) and Cairns, Australia (James Cook University). Visits to remote communities and frequent travel are necessary.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following:

* Lead the establishment of community-based organisation (CBO) in the project area, including inaugural meetings and recruiting a Board of Advisors.

* Develop guidelines and protocols/policies with the YUS community to ensure CBO function and sustainability.

* Primary contact with other conservation and/or development NGO in structuring successful community organisation, programs, governance and constitution.

* Engage organisations conducting similar work in the region for sharing best practices.

* Develop and implement strategies for extensive capacity building to community leaders appointed to CBO positions.

* Coordinate the implementation and integration of the project activities in the communities.

* Assist with hiring local staff to work on community development projects as needed.

* Collaborate with consultants and researchers to assess village development needs.

* Within the CBO, work with local communities to identify problems within the communities and facilitate villagers in formulating solutions.

* Gather, create and distribute awareness materials to communities related to development projects

* Collaborate with consultants, government agencies and NGO partners in achieving the project goals including assessment of community needs.

* Coordinate necessary logistics for projects in the field/villages

* Represent TKCP at conferences, meetings and workshops

* Facilitate regular village community meetings and hold workshops/trainings when necessary

* Perform other duties as assigned.

Qualifications: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Required qualifications:

* At least a Master's degree in rural development, community engagement, public affairs, sustainable development, conservation, or equivalent required.

* Experience (5+ years) in implementing or coordinating international conservation and development projects.

* Understanding of the economic and environmental issues facing developing countries and the roles that communities near protected areas and indigenous peoples play in conservation.

* Ability to work collaboratively within a dynamic and multi-cultural team comprised of a variety of professionals from different disciplines

* Ability to multi-task, learn new material, and manage time effectively in a dynamic and fast-paced environment

* Self-directed and able to manage a wide spectrum of projects within a diverse conservation program

* Experience in social impact monitoring and/or work with indigenous or rural community groups

* Well developed interpersonal and communication skills; proficient spoken and written English.

* Must be willing to spend some time in remote rural areas of PNG and be physically able to hike in rugged conditions

* Proactive in approach to work.

* Excellent organisational skills with the ability to balance and prioritise multiple tasks and requests, and meet deadlines in a professional manner.

* Ability to work a flexible schedule as needed.

* Commitment to the missions of the Woodland Park Zoo and the Tree Kangaroo Conservation Program.

Desired qualifications:

* Experience in Melanesia.

* Proficient in PNG Pidgin.

* Experience in tracking and developing budgets and accounting systems.

* Experience in capacity-building staff and community members in developing country.

* Knowledge of socio-economic monitoring and evaluation.

To apply: Please send a cover letter and resume by Friday, 11 December, 2009 to Susan O'Neil, TKCP Program Manager, at susan.oneil@zoo.org, subject: Community Organisation Coordinator (via COMjobs). (no phone calls please).

92.) Scholars/practitioners/book enthusiasts, Virasadhana Tantric Preservation Project, India

Welcome to the Virasadhana Tantric Preservation Project !

A non-profit organization located in Canada dedicated to the research, practice, preservation & dissemination of Indian Tantric/Yogic/Alchemical traditions.

Website: www (dot) virasadhana (dot) com

We are currently seeking scholars/practitioners/book enthusiasts located in India to help us create a monumental research library on Indian Yoga & Tantra Shastra.

We will provide you with a list of rare/out-of-print books (title,author,series,publisher,date etc) which we are currently seeking. Your job will be to procure either original editions of these rare/out-of-print books, or to procure photocopies of them from Indian Libraries.

Knowledge of Sanskrit is an asset. As well as familiarity with Yoga / Tantric books & manuscripts. We will be happy to cover your travel costs etc… as well as provide payment for Original / Facsimile copies of the books you procure for us.

We are also seeking a reliable contact in India who can acquire microfilm / photocopies of manuscripts from various libraries throughout India.

If you are interested in helping with this project, please email us with a description of yourself, your interests and what background you have which will enable you to help build this library.

Sincerely,

Tyler Parker

Director of the Virasadhana Tantric Preservation Project

http://www.indiadivine.org/audarya/indology/452829-tantric-book-microfilm-acquisition-job-right-person.html

93.) Roving Ranger, Baxter Park Campground, Baxter State Park, The State of Maine, Millinocket, ME

Scope of Work

This is maintenance, public relations and personal services work responsible for meeting the public and performing various tasks necessary to properly maintain and protect land, buildings, facilities and the natural resources within Baxter State Park at a specific campground, gatehouse, visitor center or surrounding areas. A person in this position will provide flexible and instant coverage for personnel who have illness, medical appointments, family scheduling conflicts – personnel who resign mid-summer to accept other positions, full-time employment or are terminated.

Typical Duties

Cleans toilets, patrols for litter.

Performs minor and routine maintenance on campground facilities.

Assists campers to find assigned sites.

Collects visitor use fees and accounts for same.

Patrols trails in vicinity of campground.

Trains/supervises other employees in connection with the operation of the campground.

Prepares facilities in the spring for season.

Drains water lines, puts shutters on for winter.

Assists visitors in deciding appropriate activities.

Assists Baxter Park Ranger I in other functions as assigned.

Assists in search and rescue operations and fire suppression.

Required Knowledge and Abilities

Considerable training and knowledge of people/resource management.

Considerable experience in camping, fishing, hiking, backpacking and other pedestrian recreational activities.

Ability to perform manual labor tasks, such as splitting and stacking wood, carrying injured persons in difficult terrain.

Ability to communicate effectively with Park visitor and fellow employees.

Ability to learn the use of a two-way radio system.

Ability to learn minor repair and maintenance procedures.

Ability to evaluate information from visitors in order to recommend appropriate recreational activities.

Knowledge of recreational opportunities and facilities in Baxter Park.

Knowledge of and familiarity with equipment required for different recreational activities in Baxter Park.

Ability to hike.

Knowledge of first-aid procedures.

Minimum Qualifications

High school diploma or equivalent and one (1) year experience in park maintenance and operation or equivalent.

Preferred Qualifications

Three years/seasons of training/education/experience in recreation management or related field; AND one season of practical work experience in the operation of a wilderness recreation facility; AND considerable work experience which involved significant direct contact with the public.

Housing Information

Housing consisting of a primitive log cabin which is provided at no cost to the employee, which will be shared with other employees, staff and occasional volunteers, and which may or may not be at the actual work site. The employee furnishes his/her own food and propane. (Propane available through the Park.)

JOB CODE: 9425

PAY RANGE: 12

SALARY: Hourly: $10.74 Bi-Weekly: $859.20 (Effective July 1, 2006)

Value of State-Paid Health and Dental Insurance: $310.74 bi-weekly.

Value of State's Share of Employee's Retirement: 18.54% of base pay.

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The State of Maine does not discriminate against individuals with disabilities in the provision of services, programs, activities, or in employment. Under the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), any qualified individual with a disability is eligible to participate in or benefit from any service, program or activity provided by the State, or any of its departments or divisions. Likewise, the ADA requires equal employment opportunities for qualified individuals with disabilities.

Minorities encouraged to apply. Baxter State Park is an equal opportunity employer.

Send your application to:

Baxter State Park

Attn: Human Resources

64 Balsam Drive

Millinocket, ME 04462

(207)723-9616

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*** Weekly Piracy Report:

25.11.2009: 0030 UTC: Posn: 12:01S – 077:12W: Callao anchorage, Peru.

During routine radio communications with deck watchmen, on an anchored bulk carrier, the Chief officer did not get a response from the forward AB. He instructed the bosun to check. The bosun found the forward AB tied up with injuries to his head. The AB informed that he had heard the noise of an approaching motor boat and when he went to check two masked men attacked him from behind and tied him up. Meanwhile another robber boarded the vessel. Robbers stole ship’s stores and escaped. Port authority informed and a police boat was sent out for investigation.

24.11.2009: 1303 UTC: Posn: 00:29.3N – 063:12.5E, Around 1100 nm east of Mogadishu Somalia.

Four pirates in a skiff fired upon and attempted to board a tanker underway. Ship sustained damages on stbd side of wheelhouse window. Pirates aborted the attempt after about 35 minutes of chasing. No injuries to crew.

19.11.2009: 1900 UTC: Posn: 13:37.9N – 047:41.0E, Gulf of Aden.

Pirates armed with guns in a boat chased and attempted to board a bulk carrier underway. Master raised alarm, called warships for assistance, took evasive manoeuvres and crew mustered. The pirates directed searchlight at the ship and suddenly opened fire and ordered the ship to stop, with allegation to conduct search. Master replied, “cannot stop” and continued with the evasive manoeuvres. The pirates finally gave up the chase after 40 minutes. No injuries to crew.

21.11.2009: 0120 LT: Posn: 06:13S – 108:31E, Balongan anchorage, Indonesia.

One robber armed with a knife attempted to board a crude oil tanker at anchor. Alert duty crew saw a hook stuck on poop deck and investigated to find out that a robber was in process of climbing the rope and a knife in his mouth. Duty watch keeper immediately informed bridge and general alarm was raised and crew mustered. On hearing the alarm the robber escaped with an unlit boat.

20.11.2009: 1430 UTC: Posn: 01:25S – 062:25E, Around 1050 nm ExS of Mogadishu, Somalia.

Six pirate boats with a mother vessel in sight chased and opened fire upon an oil tanker underway. Two RPGs penetrated into port bridge door. Ships sustained damages and one crew was injured. Pirates aborted the attempt after about three hours of chasing.

21.11.2009: 0130 – 0600 LT: Posn: 01:21.4S – 116:59.3E, Balikpapan outer anchorage,Indonesia.

Three robbers boarded a chemical tanker at anchor using hooks attached to ropes. They stole ship’s stores and escaped in a small boat. Local authorities informed.

20.11.2009: 0500 LT: Port Harcourt, Nigeria.

Tug Ifiyemi came alongside a berthed bulk carrier and three robbers armed with knives boarded her. Two, duty crew approached them but they were threatened with knives. The robbers stole two drums from the ship. Duty crew ran and reported to shore security that came and managed to convince the robbers to return the drums by giving them some money. The tug came alongside again and using ship’s crane the drums were taken back onboard. Master sent a protest letter to port security and harbour master.

20.11.2009: 1735 UTC: Posn: 01:20S – 062:40E, Around 1050 nm ExS of Mogadishu, Somalia.

Eight pirates in one craft and four pirates in another craft, armed with machine guns and RPG, chased a bulk carrier underway from the port and stbd sides. They fired at the vessel with machine guns and RPG and attempted to board her. Master raised alarm, increased speed made aggressive evasive manoeuvres, crew activated anti-piracy measures and finally managed to evade the attempted boarding. Ship’s bridge glasses damaged and sustained bullet holes around accommodation. No injuries to crew members.

16.11.2009: 1422 UTC: Posn: 12:50N – 047:55E, Gulf of Aden.

Pirates armed with guns in two speed boats chased and fired upon a general cargo ship underway. Ship raised alarm, contacted warships, increased speed and took evasive manoeuvres and finally managed to evade the attempted boarding. No injuries to crew.

05.11.2009: 0305 UTC: Posn: 13:10.2N – 049:14.1E, Gulf of Aden.

Five armed pirates in a motorboat chased and fired upon a bulk carrier underway. The RPGs fired at the ship, damaged the after part of the superstructure. Ship raised alarm, contacted warships and took evasive manoeuvres. A warship arrived at the location and the pirates aborted the attack. No injuries to crew.

18.11.2009: 0328 UTC: Posn: 06:35N– 054:30E, Around 600 nm NE of Mogadishu, Somalia.

Pirates armed with guns chased and fired upon a container ship underway with intent to hijack. Crew took all anti-piracy measures and the onboard security team returned fire. The pirates finally aborted and moved away.

19.11.2009: 0120 LT: Posn: 03:09.7N – 105:27.0E, 9nm west of Pulau Mangkai, South China Sea.

Pirates armed with knives and swords in a small fishing boat boarded a product tanker underway. They tried to enter the accommodation but were unable but were unable as all doors were locked. Upon hearing the alarm and seeing the crew alertness they jumped overboard and escaped.

16.11.2009: 1053 UTC: Posn: 08:0.11S – 045:58E, Around 600 nm SxE of Mogadishu, Somalia.

Pirates armed with machine guns attacked, boarded and hijacked a chemical tanker underway. They took hostage 28 crew members. The pirates are in control of the tanker and are sailing her to an unknown destination.

16.11.2009: 0120 LT: Posn: 03:12.4N – 105:29.1E, Indonesia.

10 pirates armed with knives and crow bars boarded a bulk carrier underway. They entered the bridge and threatened the duty officer and AB and ordered them not to sound the alarm. The crew was forced to take the pirates to the captain’s cabin, where they tied the captain’s hands, threatened him with knives, stole ship’s cash and personal belongings and escaped. The attacks lasted around 10 minutes.

13.11.2009: 2347 LT: Puerto la Cruz anchorage, Venezuela.

Three robbers were seen at the forecastle of a tanker at anchor. Robbers were lowering ship stores into their boat when sighted. Master raised alarm. Robbers escaped with stolen stores. Port authorities informed.

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